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National Review Points Out Prejudices of European Elites

Yesterday, George Kuykendall pointed out the Impromptus column on National Review Online. In it, Jay Nordlinger takes the French media to task for calling George W. Bush a "Three-B Man", standing for "the Bible, baseball, and barbecue." Sometimes it's really hard not to get upset when confronted with such blatant examples of prejudiced thinking. But, when these types of things are unapologetically printed in European magazines, you can see how much more tolerant of differing personal ideologies this country is than are many European countries.

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